A week to help young people finance their business project

The Association for the Right to Economic Initiative (Adie) is organizing free workshops throughout France until October 8 for people under 30.

The enthusiasm of young people for business creation is not waning, but they are still too many to give up their project for lack of access to funding. To encourage them to persevere, the Association for the Right to Economic Initiative (Adie) is organizing free workshops throughout France until October 8 for those under 30. “The passage to the act is often more complicated. The dropout rate is higher in this population because the development of a project takes time. When they have no income, they cannot wait ”, explains Emmanuel Landais, Managing Director of Adie.

Its teams will therefore host more than 300 events in metropolitan France and overseas, face-to-face or remotely. The opportunity for the association to inform about alternative financing solutions to traditional bank loans but also to offer individual support in all entrepreneurial approaches. Registrations are open on the website adie.org. The association, selected in the spring with six other networks to support project leaders under the Inclusion through self-employment program, is also authorized to contribute, within the framework of plan 1 young 1 solution, a bonus of 3000 euros for those under 30 who settle down.

And even if the funding promised for the implementation of this device is slow in coming, Adie hopes this year to help more than 4,000 young designers against 2,440 in 2020.

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